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materialistic stuff is. now at 7-- 19 people-- out of a home after a large fire overnight. we're hearing from the woman who helped them escape the flames. "i just want my sister back. " plus.. the victim of a serious hit-and-run last week-- now on her way to recovery. what her sister is saying about the crash. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! ti weather a few showers this morning but then some sunshine this afternoon with highs in the low 70s expected. a cold front moves through our area tomorrow and bring rain back. temperatures dip a little wednesday but fall more significantly on thursday slipping into the low 50s. we stay dry late week but a few showers return saturday night.
weekend. today: morning showers then partly sunny. high: 72 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 58 dewpoint: 52 wind: ssw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays 19 people escape a house fire in milwaukee overnight.. one woman says she ran into the burning home to help rescue her neighbors deandra corinthios is live near 4th and concordia with the
says she was cooking dinner... and when she heard someone yelling the word "fire"...she says she didn't hesitate...running across the street to the home on fire to help get people out of harm's way the fire started in a home near 4th and concordia around 10 :30 pm the red cross confirms they are assisting 19 people from four different ort-meyer says broke down a door inside one of the homes on fire to help an elderly woman evacuate.she says people were having trouble getting that victim to safety because the woman was in a wheelchair. ortmayer says she had just moved to the neighborhood...but she also knew her neighbors had kids...and wanted to make sure everyone got out safely. "i knew that you might not know me but if anyone else isnt running i am going to run and make sure everyone gets out, i wanted to make sure everyone was safe and secure and that 911 was called, so i was on dispatch and carrying people at the same
from one home to another...but everyone was able to get out of the home safely. the cause is under investigation. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news developing overnight - police are investigating a shooting at south 14th street and dakota. investigators say two cars nearly collided with each other at that intersection... and the drivers then became involved in a confrontation. one of the drivers then shot at the other - a 33 year old man. he was life threatening injuries. police are now searching for that other driver. a man is in custody this morning waiting charges... in the death of a local jazz club owner. police found donald lewis's body hidden at the "young urban jazz cafe" saturday night... after he and his 30 year old employee... jason dixon-mcneal... were reported missing. police say dixon-mcneal, remains in custody... and to expect charges in the coming days. meanwhile-- friends and family members gathered last night to remember lewis. they say he was a kind man...
wanted to inspire the community through music. we're learning more about the man who was shot and killed outside a bar at 52nd and hampton this weekend. family members tell us timothy olinger junior leaves behind a 12 year old daughter. they say olinger was asleep sunday morning-- when someone inside "comments lounge" called him and asked him to help with a disturbance inside the bar. but when he got there he was shot and killed in a scuffle. olinger's sister did not want to be on camera but did share his story. everybody. he was there .he helped everybody he loved everybody. that's why he's in the predicament he's in now milwaukee police released these surveillance pictures of the shooting suspects. if you recognize them-- give police a call. new information now-- after a driver struck a pedestrian on milwaukee's south side last week... and sped away.
fox6 spoke to family members of the victim... 27 year old amy mayek. they say mayek is awake after doctors put her in a medically induced coma. surveillance cameras at cesar chavez and greenfield show mayek cross the street around 2 in the morning on october 5th... when a car strikes her head on. mayek's sister says she's suffered brain trauma and several broken bones. "fingers crossed that physical therapy and all the medical help that we get, that shell be able to jennifer ree-vahs rivas says the recovery process could take years. her sister doesn't have health insurance so family has set up a go fund me page for mayek to help pay for medical expenses. head to fox6 now.com for the link. meanwhile milwaukee police say they've found the vehicle involved in the crash, but are still searching for the driver.
anissa weier are asking that each girl be tried separately. they're accused of stabbing a classmate in order to please the fictional character slenderman. their attorneys say neither girl could get a fair trial if their cases are tied together. later today -- homeowners who are concerned about the rising level of lake michigan... will get the chance to talk to experts about protecting their homes. a technical assistance meeting is happening at 5-30 tonight in mount pleasant... where agencies including the wisconsin emergency mana natural resources... and u-s army corps of engineers... will be available. the u-w sea grant will also be at the meeting. the uw- system's "sea grant institute" is focusing on the effects lake levels are having on the bluffs between shorewood and port washington. wait before you pack that lunchable in your child's lunch today. why there's a recall out for the food. samsung -- issuing a strong warning to those with the galaxy note seven. why they're telling owners to turn it off now. hurricane matthew-- brought some
you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. a few showers this morning but then some sunshine this afternoon with highs in the low 70s expected. a cold front moves through our area tomorrow and bring rain back. temperatures dip a little wednesday but fall more significantly on thursday slipping into the low 50s. we stay dry late week but a few showers return saturday night. temperatures warm a bit for the weekend. today: morning showers then partly sunny. high: 72 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 58 dewpoint: 52 wind: ssw 5-15 mph dick adlibs traffic red on yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
a new warning from samsung about the galaxy note seven-- telling owners to turn the smartphone off "immediately". the company also says it now is stopping all sales of the phone. there have been reports that the phone is spontaneously catching fire. the alert comes just one day after samsung halted production of the galaxy note 7. in a corporate statement, samsung said it will also "ask all carrier and retail partners globally to galaxy note7" while it investigates the cause of the fires. some recall alerts for you this morning involving some sweet treats. let's start with blue bell -- once again -- recalling products due to the potential for listeria. blue bell chocolate chip cookie dough and blue bell cookie two step sold to retail outlets in several states, have been recalled. they say you should not eat the ice cream.
illnesses yet. and nestle is recalling certain drumstick ice-cream cones-- also due to listeria concerns. the recall includes the drumstick club "16-count variety-pack" and the 24- count vanilla-pack, made between august 31st and september 17th. nestle launched the nationwide recall after getting positive-tests for listeria in a california factory. no one has gotten sick from the products. and double check that lunchable before you pack it in your kids' lunch this morning. kraft-heins is thousand pounds of "lunchables ham and american cracker stackers". food inspectors say the products were mislabeled and contain wheat and soy. those ingredients are popular allergens and are not listed on the packaging. you can find all manor of fall fun at basse's taste of country. carl is spending the day at the
a few showers this morning but then some sunshine this afternoon with highs in the low 70s expected. a cold front moves through our area tomorrow and bring rain back. temperatures dip a little wednesday but fall more significantly on thursday slipping into the low 50s. we stay dry late week but a few showers return saturday night. temperaturs weekend. today: morning showers then partly sunny. high: 72 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 58 dewpoint: 52 wind: ssw 5-15 mph time to find out who's turning
wind: ssw 5-15 mph time to find out who's turning six.... jordynn in milwaukee is happy to be six! she likes barbies, school and playing with her brother. here's a great pic from madelyn in franklin! she playing games and swimming. happy birthday to adam in pewaukee! he likes "angry birds", reading and showing off his ninja tricks! my'angel in milwaukee is celebrating today! she likes school, computer games and spending time with her grandpa. look who's six in kewaskum! brady likes soccer, football and video games. and let's hear it for yazmine in milwaukee! she likes watching movies, computer games and
discovered by the city's former mayor... who was walking along the beach when he spotted the rocky- looking cannonballs fused together by rust. county bomb squad and us air force officials responded and confirmed the ordinance... removing and detonating most of of the find, with the rest going to a nearby naval base. while most people were getting out of the way of the storm, one man saw it as an opportunity to to embrace the hurricane. richard neal owns frying pan tower, f light station about 30 miles off the south carolina coast. and amid the choppy seas and powerful wind, surveillance cameras captured neal riding out the storm.
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home. how one woman risked her life to save them. plus.. devastation and widespread flooding-- threatening the east coast, as more people from wisconsin head to the affected areas to help. what residents are saying as they begin to clean up the mess left behind by hurricane matthew. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx a few showers this morning but then some sunshine this afternoon w cold front moves through our area tomorrow and bring rain back. temperatures dip a little wednesday but fall more significantly on thursday slipping into the low 50s. we stay dry late week but a few showers return saturday night. temperatures warm a bit for the weekend. today: morning showers then partly sunny. high: 72 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 58 dewpoint: 52 wind: ssw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some
delays evacuate...after a house fire in milwaukee. one neighbor says she jumped into action before first responders arrived...to help rescue people. deandra corinthios is live near fourth and concordia with more the neighbor tells us her only thought was to help people inside...including an elderly person in a wheelchair...who couldn't make
megan ortmeyer says she lives across the street from the home that caught fire near fourth and concordia. this was around 10:30 pm she says the fire spread to the house next door. a red cross volunteer says they are assisting 19 people from four dif ortmeyer says she was cooking at home when she heard someone yelling fire. she says she ran across the street and broke down a door to help people evacuate. "as soon as i entered things were falling all i knew was there was a lady disabled in a wheelchair "as soon as i entered things were falling all i knew was there was a lady disabled in a wheelchair that was on the back floor and people were struggling getting
and then to make sure all the kids were out of that unit" ortmayer says no one appeared to be hurt. this was a two alarm fire. the cause is under investigation. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. developing overnight... also new overnight - police pull a body out of the water in lake monona. officials in dane county say a call came in about the body around 2:15 this morning. they are not saying if the body is male or female... or if the body belonged to the milwaukee boater who went missing thursday. an identity will be released after family members are notified. a four year old florida girl who was the subject of a five-state
a former family friend known as "west wild hogs" allegedly abducted rebecca lewis from her home saturday. the tennessee bureau of investigation picked up the pair yesterday morning in memphis. police say rebecca is being checked out, but appears to be in good health. wisconsin-- sending more volunteers from the american red cross today to help those affected by hurricane matthew. the state has already deployed more than 60 people to the south and east coast. this -- as forecasters say more catastrophic flooding is on the way an swollen rivers to top their banks this week. angelica joins us in studio with the latest. 21 people in the u-s died in the hurricane-- as communities in the carolinas cope with widespread flooding. president obama, declaring a major disaster in north carolina-- including the city of lumberton, where crews worked throughout the day to rescue 15-hundred people stranded by flooding. the f-a-a -- ordering flight restrictions over the area so helicopters could perform aerial rescues. those not stranded by flooding - heartbroken by the ongoing
there's nothing. you got heavy furniture, and it's all in pieces and it's on the other side of the room or in another room. i don't understand it." james borum / lumberton resident "it still keeps on coming. we're going to lose quite a few homes here." north carolina governor pat mccrory...saying that more than a million people -- a full ten percent of the state's population -- were likely left without electricit. impacted, just visit the links page of our website -- fox six now dot com -- or your fox six news mobile app. there -- we have posted a number of links to organizations accepting donations for victims. new this morning-- there will be no strike for teachers in chicago, and students will be back in the classroom today. after more than a year of negotiations representatives of the chicago teachers union announced late last night --just moments before the midnight deadline-- that a labor deal with the chicago board of education had been reached. karen lewis / president, chicago
chicago public schools and chicago teachers union has a tentative agreement. frank m clark / president, chicago board of education "hundreds of thousands of chicago public school students are going to be exactly where they're supposed to be: in school. " it is, of course, a tentative agreement -- so it will have to be ratified by the union's members. the union's president says the agreement isn't perfect -- but t for students, teachers and the city. teachers have been working without a contract since june 2015. the city had said the district faces massive financial challenges. teachers were pushing for guarantees the district would not cut salaries and would not cut jobs. donald trump's twitter account tripped him up at last night's second presidential debate. while hillary clinton made a misleading claim about her record as secretary of state. here's political reporter theo keith with his
presidential debate, we find that both candidates twisted the facts. in the days after the first debatethe moderators questioned if trump was presidential material, pressing him on lewd comments he made in 2005, and a tweet from just two weeks ago. you send out a series of tweets from 3am to 5am, including one that told people to check out a sex tape. is that the discipline of a good leader? no it wasnt check out a sex tape. it was just, take a look at the person that she built up to be a wonderful girl scout. she was no girl scout. tell people to check out a sex tape -- is false. this one's easy to check. here's the tweet. there are the words "check out sex tape" in reference to a beauty queen with whom trump has been feuding publicly.at the debate, trump apologized for lewd comments he's made about women, but said former president bill clinton did worse. theres never been anybody in the history of politics whos been so abusive to women he was impeached, he lost his
850 thousand dollar fine to one of the women, paula jones this needs clarification. according to news reports, then- president clinton settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with jones for 850- thousand dollars in 1998. he did not admit to wrongdoing and made no apology. trump is right that bill clinton was impeached and had his law license suspended. nats -- some debate crosstalk meanwhile, hillary clinton continued to explain her state department email scandal that has plagued her this year. after a yearlong investigation there is no evidence that anyone hacked the server i was using this is not the whole story. in july, the fbi's director said it was possible that foreign actors hacked clinton's server but said it would be hard to find evidence of it. the fbi did not recommend criminal charges, but still found clinton at fault. there is evidence that they were extremely careless we find
her record as secretary of state. the topic was syria's use of chemical weapons, and why the u-s didn't retaliate even though president obama and clinton said using them that would be a "red line." thank you secretary clinton. mr trump. she was there as secretary of state with the so-called line in the sand, which clinton: no i wasnt. i was gone. i hate to interrupt you clinton's claim about being "gone" is misleading. obama first used the words "red line" to describe the syrian situation in 2012. clinton was still secretary of state. syria deployed chemical weapons in 2013. but the u-s did not strike, because syria country struck a weapons. while clinton was no longer secretary of state by then, she publicly supported the president's decision. i'm theo keith, and that's a fox6 news reality check. hockey season is just days away.... we're taking a look at the changes admirals fans can expect the next time they catch a game. the packers-- still celebrating after coming off a big win sunday as they look
you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. a few showers this morning but then some sunshine this afternoon with highs in the low 70s expected. a cold front moves through our area tomorrow and bring rain back. temperatures dip a little wednesday but fall more significantly on thursday slipping into the low 50s. we stay dry late week but a few showers return saturday night. temperatures warm a bit for the
72 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 58 dewpoint: 52 wind: ssw 5-15 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays from pig races to pumpkin cannons to a brand new ropes course, basse's taste of country has something for everyone. and carl is trying out all of it this morning for us in
then some sunshine this afternoon with highs in the low 70s expected. a cold front moves through our area tomorrow and bring rain back. temperatures dip a little wednesday but fall more significantly on thursday slipping into the low 50s. we stay dry late week but a few showers return saturday nig weekend. today: morning showers then partly sunny. high: 72 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy.
the chicago cubs-- looking for the sweep against the giants. but they just can't get there. giants win 6-5 in 13 innings. they'll take it to game four tonight in san francisco. here in milwaukee... the admirals are getting ready to off hockey season. the ice is all set at their new home at the u-w milwaukee panther arena. the team showing off updates made at the arena - along with the freshly laid ice and new painted logo. the 2016 season will be the first since 1987 that the admirals will play at the panther arena. now here's tim van vooren with the rest
this week, strength against strength when the cowboys come to lambeau field sunday afternoon.... dallas is rolling on the ground in the first part of the nfl season and a pair of rookies are leading the way.... ezekiel elliott out of ohio state is living up to his billing as the fourth overall pick in the draft.... but quarterback dak prescott, who is playing in place of the injured tony romo, is hurting teams on the ground, in addition to being smart with his passes.... that strength collides with the best part of green bay's team so far this season on sunday.... "it's like anything in this game. people are going to challenge you to your strengths right now. we have exhibited the first four weeks and we have the number one rushing offense in the league coming to town so it's going to be part of the game that we're all looking forward to." we're looking forward to sunday here on your packers station... the game kicks off at 3:25 as the capper to a doubleheader.... then we'll have postgame coverage live from lambeau and here in the studio..... plus, we'll be in those same locations to
with the fox six sports blitz at 10:35 pm.... wisconsin's defense appears capable of keeping the badgers in any game this season, which is good because saturday night's assignment will be a stiff one.... the second ranked and seemingly untouchable ohio state buckeyes will be camp randall stadium to take on the eighth ranked badgers.... "they've changed defensive coordinators; it's a very similar defense. it's wisconsin's defense. i like that. i like the fact that, you know, we change coordinators on offense but it's ohio state's give the the leadership a lot of credit. one of the best teams in america." friday night is the final regular season high school blitz. we have three great match-ups for you to vote on. there's muskego at arrowhead, germantown at milwaukee lutheran and kewaskum at campbellsport. the winning game will be featured friday night at 6, 9 and 10.
union grove police-- arresting two women accused of prostitution operation. what undercover investigators found inside the suspects' home. a woman in the hospital after a first step toward recovery. what her family is saying about their loved one. hollywood's walk of fame is adding another star. what kevin hart is telling fans not to do when visiting his
"please, please, don't pee on my star for at least a month. give me one month." hart was honored at a ceremony yesterday. his star is located next to a shoe store. appropriate, since hart worked as a shoe salesman before turning to comedy full-time. hart has had quite the 20-16 at the box office. three of his films, "ride along two", "central intelligence" and "the secret life of pets", have made more than a billion dollars worldwide. his latest film, the stand-up move on friday. "call me on my cell phone -- late night when you need-- my-- love" rapper drake is setting a new record for american music awards nominations. drake has been nominated in 13- categories this year, stealing the previous record from michael jackson. his girlfriend rihanna has seven nominations this year, while adele and justin bieber each snagged five. the american music awards
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